The Top Ten Stocks for Nov. 6

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Nov. 6 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg’s Trish Regan, Matt Miller and Julie Hyman report on today’s ten most important stocks including Microsoft, Time Warner and Tesla. (Source: Bloomberg)

Happened in today's session, we are getting you caught up on the only stocks you need to know about.

Abercrombie & fitch, two months after third-quarter sales, struggling to reconnect with teenagers who have become enamored with fashion.

You can see a picture of me as i model some of those genes there.

Is that life is a model?

Number 9, 7%. they say they are cutting back on the exploration program to output fewer risks with 14% fewer wells in the fourth quarter.

Number eight, dds, plunging --vivas, lunging after rejection of their obesity treatment.

Reportedly not living up to expectations because of limited insurance coverage and high out- of-pocket cost.

Number seven, ralph lauren, climbing five percent after the increased dividend.

Ralph lauren says that they expect revenues to be up more than five percent after the increase of four percent.

Number six, shares are up more than one percent.

Still a smaller decline than estimated, with a write-down tied to demands.

Number five is starbucks, down two percent, saying they plan to recruit 10,000 veterans and military spouse is over the next five years.

Several companies have cemented hiring veterans, including walmart.

It is a great push, but i still wish that starbucks would make a better coffee.

I have to say, i hear you there.

I do not drink coffee.

I do not drink coffee.

That is good.

Like the food, the pastries they are serving?

I had high hopes that they would be better.

Cbs is down one percent as the broadcasters are likely to show how the blackout of time warner cable subscribers heard their local assets.

Raising their price target on the software giant, potential changes are being cited under the new ceo, microsoft reportedly has narrowed the candidates to replace steve balmer to about five people.

Of course alan malala is on the list.

He called me yesterday.

What did he say?

Happy birthday.

They're a nice.

Microsoft would be lucky to have me.

Number two, time warner, down one percent even though they reported third-quarter profits that eat analyst estimates, benefiting from higher programming fees and advertising during the fourth quarter.

Our number one stock of the day, at, down nearly 15%, after the electric farm reported disappointing results, model deliveries missing analyst estimates reporting lower revenue.

Abercrombie & fitch, two months after third-quarter sales, struggling to reconnect with teenagers who have become enamored with fashion.

You can see a picture of me as i model some of those genes there.

Is that life is a model?

Number 9, 7%. they say they are cutting back on the exploration program to output fewer risks with 14% fewer wells in the fourth quarter.

Number eight, dds, plunging --vivas, lunging after rejection of their obesity treatment.

Reportedly not living up to expectations because of limited insurance coverage and high out- of-pocket cost.

Number seven, ralph lauren, climbing five percent after the increased dividend.

Ralph lauren says that they expect revenues to be up more than five percent after the increase of four percent.

Number six, shares are up more than one percent.

Still a smaller decline than estimated, with a write-down tied to demands.

Number five is starbucks, down two percent, saying they plan to recruit 10,000 veterans and military spouse is over the next five years.

Several companies have cemented hiring veterans, including walmart.

It is a great push, but i still wish that starbucks would make a better coffee.

I have to say, i hear you there.

I do not drink coffee.

I do not drink coffee.

That is good.

Like the food, the pastries they are serving?

I had high hopes that they would be better.

Cbs is down one percent as the broadcasters are likely to show how the blackout of time warner cable subscribers heard their local assets.

Raising their price target on the software giant, potential changes are being cited under the new ceo, microsoft reportedly has narrowed the candidates to replace steve balmer to about five people.

Of course alan malala is on the list.

He called me yesterday.

What did he say?

Happy birthday.

They're a nice.

Microsoft would be lucky to have me.

Number two, time warner, down one percent even though they reported third-quarter profits that eat analyst estimates, benefiting from higher programming fees and advertising during the fourth quarter.

Our number one stock of the day, at, down nearly 15%, after the electric farm reported disappointing results, model deliveries missing analyst estimates reporting lower revenue.

Here we are on the close of trading, for the day it has

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